Posted by Rachael Pegram and Mariel Norton 13 December 2013
3D printing has come a long way since its inception back in 1984, when it was first created by Chuck Hull from 3D Systems Corp. Here are some creative ways that 3D printers have been used.
Posted by Matt Egan 12 December 2013
Windows Phone 8 hasn't always been our cup of tea, but its on an upward tick, and now might be the time to buy that Windows Phone.
Posted by Chris Martin 11 December 2013
We explain why you'll never be able to get Nintendo games on your smartphone or tablet.
Posted by Jim Martin 10 December 2013
We took for a spin the all-new Kindle Fire HDX 7. It's a belter for those of a limited disposition.
Posted by Matt Egan 09 December 2013
We take for a spin the Lumia 2520. Probably the best tablet you can buy... if you don't want an iPad or Android.
Posted by Sarah Jacobsson Purewal 06 December 2013
Packed with radars, sensors, cameras, and more, the techiest cars of 2014 aren't quite ready to drive themselves, but they are ready to compensate for their drivers' all-too-human failings.
Posted by David Court 05 December 2013
We spend some time with the Kobo Arc 10HD - here's what we made of the cheap 10-inch Android tablet.
Posted by Jim Martin 05 December 2013
Renault's aim with R-Link was to make an affordable internet-connected infotainment system that keeps the driver informed without distracting them from driving. We took it for a spin to find out how it works.
Posted by James A Martin 04 December 2013
Google Glass ranks among the most anticipated of wearable technologies. But a pair of glasses with a small computer screen above one eye is bound to raise concerns about security, privacy, and even the health and safety of the person wearing it.